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Population: 1700
Council: Bath & North East Somerset
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Bathampton is a picturesque village on the southern banks of the Avon River, positioned just two miles from the ancient city of Bath in North East Somerset, home to nearly 1800 people. The village dates back to the Iron Age, although visitors from across the centuries have all left their mark. The Kennet and Avon Canal journeys through the village offering pleasing walks along the towpath, and out into the surrounding countryside and Bathampton Down where Romans plundered the stone. There's shops and interesting places offering visitors a chance to stay, or step over the Toll Bridge that leads to neighbouring Batheaston.


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Lindisfarne Guest House (0.07 miles)

Lindisfarne Guest House

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Situated 1.5 miles from the centre of Bath in the village of Bathampton, Lindisfarne is ideal for those who enjoy visiting an historic city with many museums and places of ... More

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Tasburgh House Hotel (0.62 miles)

Tasburgh House Hotel

Award-winning Tasburgh House is a luxurious Victorian guest house set in seven acres of gardens overlooking Bath. Located just a few minutes from the Georgian city of Bath, enjoy the beauty of the city itself and ... More | visit website

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Bailbrook Lodge Hotel (0.81 miles)

Bailbrook Lodge Hotel

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This Georgian Grade II listed country house is excellently situated one mile from the city centre.
Awarded 4 stars by the AA under the Guest House Accommodation listing, the 8 rooms overlook ... More

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Eagle House (0.85 miles)

Eagle House
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This elegant house with it's 8 guest bedrooms (all with private facilities) is a haven of peace and quiet where guests are free to come and go as they please. Over the ... More | visit website
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Bailbrook House (0.85 miles)

Bailbrook House

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This Georgian mansion is a 5-minute drive from Bath city centre and 10 minutes from junction 18 of the M4. It is set in 24 acres of gardens and parkland.
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Eastwood Halls (0.89 miles)

Eastwood Halls

The Eastwood Accommodation totals over 500 rooms made up of either 11 or 13 room houses with communal bathroom, kitchen (no equipment provided) and social space for all guests. The campus grounds provide a safe ... More | visit website

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Grosvenor Lodge (1.00 miles)

Grosvenor Lodge

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Elegant eighteenth century town house within easy access of city centre . With 20th century plumbing,television,hairdryers,ensuites and drinks trays in all rooms .Step back in time and enjoy gracious accommodation.Fresh ... More

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Grove Lodge (1.00 miles)

Grove Lodge

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Grove Lodge is a fine, Grade II listed, Georgian villa built in 1788. The home of an architect Peter Richards and his wife, a former teacher Isabel Miles. The house ... More

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Bath Spa Hotel (1.08 miles)

Bath Spa Hotel

The 5 star Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel, set in seven acres of landscaped gardens, creates a magnificent first impression with its long sweeping drive up to a classical colonnaded frontage. Once inside, the ambience of ... More | visit website

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B&B at Hunters Spinney (1.10 miles)

B&B at Hunters Spinney

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HUNTERS SPINNEY is an attractive 1920's family home with cosy bedrooms and breathtaking views over Bath with all its many attractions. Watch out for deer ... More

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